Yes, there is rain in Seattle. It is not a myth. Allow me to educate you on how pugs deal with such a situation.
This week, Cosette and I spent a lot of time sleeping. We even snuggled a little bit. Don't get me wrong, I am very tolerant of girl pug puppies. Some of my closest friends are girl pug puppies. I will tolerate girl pug puppies having the same rights as strapping male pugs like myself.
That being said, I don't think anything should get in the way of the sacred union between a grown pug and his daddy's lap.
I still like to get some alone time on my pedestal.
Cosette also spent a lot of time this weekend chewing on things she shouldn't chew on, like the couch.
Cosette: "What's wrong with that?"
So, my parents bought her some keys. I don't know why keys would be as tasty or fun to chew on as the couch, but Cosette totally fell for it.
This little thing has jaw strength normally reserved for pitbulls. My tail is well aware of this.
She really loved those keys! All afternoon, all she did was chew on them. But, it wasn't long before she was destroying those too, breaking little pieces off that apparently she could've choked on.
Snarf everydog later,
/s/ Winston, Grand Duke of Pugsworth